How To Read Astrology Cartography

You’ll feel the orb of influence of a planetary line up to 400 miles even if you’re not directly on it. The farther you walk away from the planetary line, the more energy lessons you will receive.

There are additionally points that target a specific spot on your astrocartography map when longitudinal and latitudinal lines cross, as well as crossover sites when longitudinal and latitudinal lines intersect. When planetary lines come close together or cross directly, they form an entity.

When many lines are combined, a richer tale is told. I’ve been studying astrology and astrocartography for 12 years and now offer astrogeography readings tailored to your specific requirements and interests, as well as a deeper look into your unique soul’s history in the world. More information regarding my services can be found here, but let’s get back to deciphering your map!

What are the meanings of the astrocartography lines?

Midheaven (MC), Lower Midheaven (IC), Point of Ascendant (AC), and Point of Descent (PD) are four lines that symbolize each planet’s energy with a minor twist: Midheaven (MC), Lower Midheaven (IC), Point of Ascendant (AC), and Point of Descent (PD) (DC). The midheaven line has some of the most powerful influences on your social and professional lives, while the lower midheaven influences your sense of belonging in the world, affecting your home, family, and community interactions. The Ascendant represents how you portray yourself, while the Descendant represents what you attract and experience via others.

In astrology, what is cartography?

Astrology is the study of how the planets’ positions affect us as people. Astrocartography takes this idea a step further by mapping where the planets were rising and setting when someone was born all around the world.

Understanding your birth chart as it relates to astrocartography, according to astrologer Madalyn Hillis-Dineen, might help you find out which physical locations are best for you in terms of romance, profession, retirement, and even vacationing. Certain locations, for example, may give you mental distress, while others may bring out your lighthearted side.

According to astrocartography, where should I move?

It’s ideal to use the lines of helpful planets like the sun, Venus, and Jupiter while using astrocartography. Mercury is a neutral element. The moon offers a sense of comfort and warmth.

In astrocartography, what does MC stand for?

The MC (Midheaven/Medi-Coeli). This is also a professional field. In the chosen area, in the profession, whatever planet is close to that point will play itself out.

What is the astrocartography of my Venus line?

Isn’t it a little frantic? To read it, you must first understand the forces that each planet possesses. I was able to grasp the basics of astronomy thanks to Dubinet’s Intro to Astrogeography video lectures. However, here’s a quick summary.

  • Sun line: This is what Dubinet refers to as our “famous and reputation” line. It’s how people perceive us. If you want to be an actor and Los Angeles is on your sun line, that would be the ideal position.
  • Our feminine nature, our nurturing qualities, and our ambitions are all represented by the moon line. Are you ready to start a family? Take a vacation somewhere on your moon line or channel the energy of the moon.
  • The Neptune line represents our spirituality. Go somewhere on your Neptune line if you wish to connect to the unconscious or investigate the secrets of existence.
  • Venus is the goddess of love, beauty, relationships, and affection, as well as fashion and the arts. “It’s where you’ll look and feel the most beautiful, according to Dubinet. Are you finally ready to meet the one? On your Venus line, you might run into them.
  • In terms of achievement, Mars represents passion and fire. It’s your manly, competitive force that’s opposite the moon.
  • Mercury line: Mercury is the planet of communication; it’s the place to go if you want to improve your writing talents, for example, if you want to publish a novel.
  • Jupiter is the planet of good fortune, favors, and abundance. It’s a lucky charm for you.
  • Dubinet refers to this as the Saturn line “planet of the taskmaster It’s a more difficult line that emphasizes discipline, order, and rules. It may not be enjoyable to live on, but it would be ideal for short-term purposes, such as deciding where to attend college.
  • Uranus line: Uranus, the planet opposite Saturn, is associated with rebelliousness, surprises, and change. As part of an Eat, Pray, Love journey, go here for an off-the-beaten-path excursion.
  • The Pluto line is feared by many individuals because it implies death and rebirth. It is, however, a planet of radical transition, making it the ideal spot to visit if you need to shake things up and emerge a new person.
  • The asteroid Chiron is known as the wounded healer, according to Dubinet. It has a patient and gentle energy that aids us in helping others. (It’s something to think about for that Peace Corps application.)
  • North and south nodes: These correspond to the moon and indicate a karmic link. You may get dj deja vu or a sense of familiarity, as if you’ve been there before. If you’ve ever visited Ireland (or anywhere else) for the first time and felt at ease, you’ll understand what I’m talking about.

The lines in your chart also move through four different angles. You could note that you have two Venus lines on the map, each relating to a different aspect of life depending on where they are on the map. One can have the code AC next to it, while another might have MC. Here’s how to figure out what each one is about:

  • Rising (AC): When a planet is ascending, it represents your outward self-expression, or how you portray yourself to the world. If you travel to the location of an ascending planet, you will take on the appearance and energies of that planet. Is your Venus set to cool? This is the ideal mix for exuding physical attractiveness.
  • The Imum Coeli (IC) expresses your sense of place in the world. The forces of the influencing planet will help you to find your center. If Pluto is on the IC in your horoscope, you may experience turmoil in your personal relationships.
  • Midheaven (MC): If a planet is on the midheaven, it has to do with how it influences you socially and professionally, as well as what you’re drawn to. Do you have your Mercury on the MC? This is literally the world pleading with you to create the next great American novel or pursue your aspirations of becoming a podcast host.
  • Descendant (DC): This category indicates the energies you’re attracting from others, such as in partnerships and friendships. When it comes to partnerships, Dubinet advises caution, but if a favorable energetic force, such as Venus, Jupiter, or the Sun, is on the DC, it can bring about a permanent, beneficial connection.

You may also observe that some lines cross, run directly over, or are incredibly close to one another. This means that the energy of each line interact with one another, forming a unique entity. When traveling to or migrating to that location, you must consider all energies. Pro tip: If you hover your mouse over any of the lines or crossings in your chart, further information will appear on the right side of the website to help you figure out what they imply.

What is astrology’s 7th house?

The 7th house, ruled by Libra, is concerned with relationships and how we conduct ourselves in them.

It is traditionally known as the house of marriage, but it governs all of our connections, including lovers, business partners, and even enemies.

“Unlike the 5th house, where sex, pleasure, and what we seek in another person reside, the 7th house is recognized as the house of marriage and committed or contractual partnering,” says astrologer Corina Crysler.

“It can also reveal what we require in our relationships, as well as the patterns we continue to have.”

In astrology, what is a relocation chart?

Your traditional birth chart is a diagram of the heavens at the time of your birth, at a specific region.

Because relocation astrology entails moving your birthplace to a different location at the SAME TIME, you’ll need to be familiar with time zones and daylight saving time.

The longitude and latitude utilized in the natal or birth chart are changed, but the time, or time zone, remains the same.

Your relocated chart has the same planetary aspects and patterns as your original chart, but the location has moved.

Your birth chart will still reflect the same moment in time as your birth, but in a different region of the world.

The astrological axis, rising and falling points, and the ic and mcthe will all alter in your chart.

Do your astrological houses shift?

You won’t transform into a happy-go-lucky Libra just because you go to, say, Maryland. When you travel, the planets and signs in your horoscope don’t change, but the “houses” they’re in do. The Zodiac is a wheel with 12 “houses,” each of which represents a different aspect of your life: sex and dating, friendships and community, career and finances, health and daily routines, and so on. (A complete list can be found here.)

You can carefully place specific heavenly bodies into certain dwellings when you migrate to better those aspects of your life. So, if you’re wanting to advance in a specific area of your life, such as your job which is to say, a specific house, such as the 10th Angel will help you figure out which locales in which time zones will provide you with “gravy for the biscuits” according to astrological mandates. You can try out several places to observe how they treat you, how people perceive you, and what aspects of your personality they tease out or shore up.